Witches of the Bayou Brew- Bloody Rum Punch Recipe By Cherrie Mack


This Bloody Rum Punch resembles your traditional Sangria. 

Its dark red color gives it a bloody feel that is perfect for a witchy brew. 

Let’s face it, most of us witches don’t have a lot of time to spend over the cauldron these days and this make-ahead brew is perfect for us modern day witches. 

You can prep it and forget it. 

But like any good punch, this brew comes with a “indulge at your own risk” warning. 

Don’t let the long list of ingredients spook you. It’s very simple to construct. However, you should make it ahead of time and allow all of the ingredients to meld together before serving. 

Witches this side of the Mississippi have fun throwing in a few extra surprises around Halloween. A few spiders and cob webs on the outside of the bowl, and some floating edibles like lychee eyeballs or gummy worms in the drink make this punch a must have.  


1 bottle of DonQ Cristal rum

½ bottle of red wine

6 ounces fresh lime juice

6 ounces triple sec liqueur

6 ounces simple syrup

2 limes and 2 oranges sliced thin     

Mix all ingredients into a large punch bowl and place in the refrigerator for at least two hours before serving.

Serve over ice in a punch glass.

Then stand back and watch the magic happen.

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